Ollie Cram came back (the last release was in 2011, although he appeared an anniversary compilation). All tracks are inspired by his recent events (personal and international) in 2016. Artwork by Lloyd Doctorz.
May 28, 2017 Subject:
Firm electro/indie electronic music
this instrumental set of 3 tracks while clocking in at a 10 minute used to provide a considerable appeal where one can hear sweet-natured synthesised developments being backed up by stomping mid-tempo cadences. The favourite of mine are Lena`s Flag, and Rust where the listener can partake in catchy indie-influenced harmonic gears, glaring timbres, and ebullient rhythmic shuffles (alternatively, one could call it kraut-electro). At Rust those synthesised improvisations are impressive enough to be denoted separately. However, Huh is a solid track by any means as well though paving its way with a more laid-back attitude and a tranquil mood because of being subjugated to a controlled rhythmic algorithm. All the elements are seamlessly linked with one another and thereof consisting of a welcome whole. However, the aforementioned moody difference between the tracks is slight. This positive issue by the experienced Bristol, UK-based artist (being active since the first half of the 00s) is a bit in the discography of Bump Foot. 4.5/5